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Kennesaw State University is now accepting applications for a nine-month, tenure-track/ Assistant Professor of Physics faculty position in the Department of Physics which begins August 1, 2017. Some schools have two options in their bachelor's degree programs. For this reason discussion questions, homework problems, and practice on similar problems are very important aspects of first-year physics for the professional man. Taking this into account, Snell's Law can be used to predict how a prism will disperse light into a spectrum.

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